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A listing of permit applications and related documents for the regulatory programs that govern coastal construction.
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Coastal development adds stress to beach systems, especially to dunes. Dunes and beaches are the first lines of protection from wave action for coastal communities during coastal storms. Dunes also act as storage areas that supply sand to the beach during storms.
Todd Nevin has applied for a permit for construction seaward of the DNREC Building Line to build a single family dwelling with a 12-foot cantilevered deck on Lot 15, Block 1, South Bethany.
Gull’s Nest Homeowners Association has filed an application for a permit for construction seaward of the DNREC Building Line to mechanically scrape sand from the beach to rebuild the dune in Gull’s Nest.
Delaware Recyclable Products, Inc., requests a construction permit to construct a Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) pretreatment system with associated media storage tanks, blowers, and gas analyzer at their 246 Marsh Lane, City and County of New Castle landfill.
Delaware Army National Guard requests a permit to operate an emergency generator rated at 1500 kW at the Biden Armed Forces Reserve Center located at 1 Vavala Way in New Castle.
Chesapeake Plumbing & Heating of Frankford has applied for a permit to construct 1,960 linear feet of forcemain and a pump station to serve the Frankford Business Park.
Two Farms, Inc. has applied for a construction/operating permit for a Stage I EVR vapor recovery system, at their facility located at Royal Farms #337, 38166 Dupont Blvd, in Selbyville.
Two Farms, Inc. has applied for a construction/operating permit for a Stage I EVR vapor recovery system, at their facility located at Royal Farms #316, 32335 Dupont Blvd, in Dagsboro.
Schell SPE, LLC proposes to construct a submersible sanitary sewer pump station and approximately 2,350 linear feet of six inch diameter force main to serve 152 single family lots, a clubhouse and a pool in the proposed Marsh Island Subdivision and 80 future equivalent dwelling units to be located on adjacent lands.
Tony Tank Holdings, LLC, and K&N Investments, LLC, propose to construct approximately one 1,567 linear feet of 2-inch diameter sanitary sewer force main and two low flow pump stations to serve their properties located on the west side of South Dupont Highway, just south of the Walnut Shade intersection in Woodside.
Tidewater Environmental Services, Inc. is proposing to replace the existing Milton Delaware wastewater treatment facility with a new one located on the east side of Sam Lucas Road about ½ mile south of the Cave Neck Road intersection in Milton.
Ms. Katherine L. Bishop has applied for a permit to remove sand from the landward side of the dune and relocate it on the Sea Strand property at Unit 20, Block 50, Dewey Beach.
Northpoint Development, LLC of Riverside, MO, has submitted an application to install a grinder pump station, approximately 1,661 linear feet of forcemain and related appurtenances, to serve the proposed Delaware Logistics Center at the northeastern corner of Wrangle Hill Rd. and south DuPont Hwy in New Castle County.
Sussex County proposes to construct approximately 4,700 linear feet of 8 inch diameter force main and 14,500 linear feet of 10 inch diameter force main in two separate sections to transmit sanitary sewer flow from Greenwood and Bridgeville to the City of Seaford’s sewer system and treatment facility.
Artesian Water Company proposes to construct approximately 250 linear feet of 8 inch diameter force main from their existing 6 inch diameter force main on George Washington Avenue to an existing Sussex County 24 inch diameter force main along Stevenson Road, northeast of Millsboro.
The DNREC Division of Water will conduct a public hearing on an application by Artesian Wastewater Management, Inc., for a Wastewater Facilities Construction Permit to construct 5,589 linear feet of forcemain from the Sussex Regional Recharge Facility to two spray fields.
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